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Canadian class-action alleges link between baby powder and ovarian cancer

TORONTO – A Canadian class-action lawsuit has been filed against Johnson & Johnson over an alleged link between its baby powder products and ovarian cancer in adult women who used the product for long periods of time. 321 more words

Canada

Canadian class action claims Johnson & Johnson's baby powder failed to warn of cancer risk

TORONTO — A Canadian class-action lawsuit has been filed against Johnson & Johnson over an alleged link between its baby powder products and ovarian cancer in adult women who used the product for long periods of time. 353 more words

Legal Post

J&J highlights plans for 3D printed orthopedics and contact lenses following alliance with HP

On the heels of its collaboration with HP Inc. focused on 3D printing, Johnson & Johnson officials provided more specifics about its ambitious plans for the manufacturing technique during a meeting with Wall Streeters. 63 more words

Medical Devices

Johnson & Johnson Pays $55M In Second Lawsuit Claiming Talcum Powder Products Cause Ovarian Cancer

ohnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $55 million in damages to a South Dakota woman who claimed the use of their talc-based powder products resulted in her ovarian cancer. 559 more words

NEWS

Samsung Has a Best-Selling American Drug in Its Crosshairs

Most Americans know Samsung as the maker of the Galaxy Smartphone, but now the South Korean mega-conglomerate wants to nab a healthy slice of the U.S. 325 more words

Tech

Police Chief Says CEOs Have a Role to Play in Beating Addiction Epidemic

Across the country local communities are finding their own ways to tackle the opioid addiction epidemic, mostly due to prescription painkillers and heroin—for those who found the prescription kind too different to acquire, or too expensive. 331 more words

Can't dads put sunscreen on kids?

It’s ironic how there are some who admonish dads for their lack of parental involvement, and some who spend their time furthering that notion through advertising. 389 more words